If Iran strictly complies with the terms of the deal, the U.S. is ready to lift all sanctions.
U.S. presidential election winner Joe Biden said he plans to resume the nuclear deal with Iran, but he believes it will be difficult to do so. This was reported by The New York Times.
The nuclear deal with Iran was signed in 2015. In May 2018, the U.S. withdrew from the deal, accusing Iran of non-compliance with the terms of the deal and imposing sanctions on Tehran.
“Nowadays, they talk a lot about high-precision missiles and everything else that contributes to destabilization of the region. At that, the best way to achieve some stability in the region is to deal with the nuclear program”, Biden stated.
He added that the future US administration intends, in cooperation with allies and partners, to participate in negotiations and develop additional deals that could strengthen and extend restrictions on Iran’s nuclear and missile programs.
“The last damn thing we need in this part of the world is to build nuclear capability,” Biden said.